Much-needed housing, open space, childcare, and improved access to surrounding neighborhoods.
The 3333 California project will provide much-needed high-quality housing to the area with at least 558 new residential homes and 186 on-site Affordable Senior Homes. The project will incorporate curated, neighborhood-serving shops and a number of community benefits including employment, childcare—for both residents and employees—and gardens and open spaces to stroll, socialize, or have a quiet moment.
The project design emphasizes natural and sustainable materials and renewable energy. More than five acres of open area include landscaped spaces, including a public-access park, gardens, meadows, and tree groves, all celebrating the biodiversity of California’s native flora. New street connectors will invite the community in and improve access to surrounding neighborhoods.
Over 10 acres of transformational open space, residential homes, and mixed-use.
OPEN AREA, INCLUDING GARDENS & OPEN SPACE
35,000 SQ FT
OVER 14,600 SQ FT
CHILD CARE SPACE
- Creation of much-needed, high-quality housing for a broad range of San Franciscans
- ~60% of total homes are family friendly: 2, 3, and 4-bedroom homes
- ~35,000 sf of high-quality shop space for future neighborhood-serving retail uses
- Over 14,600 sf of child care space
- More than 5 acres of open area, including flowering gardens, parks, trees, open space, and a large, publicly accessible green park at the corner of Euclid and Laurel Streets
- Out-of-sight underground parking (including retail, commercial, and proposed public parking spaces) to enhance the current neighborhood parking
- 857 parking spaces, including car share spaces and 29 childcare pick up and drop off spaces
- New street connectors and walkways to improve access to surrounding neighborhoods and services, to create safe, beautiful, and walkable streets
- Significant increase in number of street trees and the urban forestry canopy
- LEED Gold or Platinum sustainability to improve air quality and lifestyle, including renewable energy and water retention and reuse
- Expansion of biodiversity on site through Pine Street Steps, Cypress Square, and the Oak Meadow
- Substantial community benefit fees toward open space, jobs, housing, schools, transportation and child care
- Millions of dollars in new annual tax revenue to the City due to conversion from a public, tax exempt use (UCSF) to private residential mixed-use property
- Affordable housing at or above City requirements to serve lower income San Franciscans